Driver Killed in a Solo Crash Outside Orcutt Identified as Marcus Irving

The California Highway Patrol identified the man killed in a solo car crash near Orcutt, California. In updates made to the car accident report on Thursday, October 1st, they disclosed the victim’s name as Marcus Anthony Irving, a 44-year-old Santa Maria resident.

The reports about the occurrence came in around 7:16 a.m. on Saturday, September 26th. It happened on Highway 135 and Graciosa Road. The Santa Barbara County Fire Department said that Irving’s vehicle rolled after crashing.

The impact killed the man, who was the only occupant of the vehicle. There is currently no additional information on the accident.

Motor vehicle accidents or traffic collisions are either single occurrences or involve two or more vehicles. When it’s the latter, they are referred to as two-vehicle and multiple vehicle collisions.

Crashes can be between cars, pedestrians, motorcycles, bicycles, or trains. They can be head-on, broadsided, or rear-ended. Common causes include drunk driving, going too fast for road conditions, distracted driving, or running red lights.

Under the California Vehicle Code, the above are offenses, and prosecutors try them either as a misdemeanor or felony depending on the offender’s conduct before and after the occurrence. Behaviors also determine the severity of the punishment the person would face.

Under the law, the standard penalties are imprisonment either in the county jail or state prison and payment of fines. Others are revocation of the offender’s driving privileges, points against his or her driver’s license, and where applicable, an alcohol rehabilitation program.

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